Thursday, July 2, 2020

Pandemic drives home the value of local, natural, sustainable farms

Local farms have made strong connections stronger among their customers as the coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated the fragility of our food supply chain

Trenton Health Team’s updates, upgrades, and new digs

To maximize existing medical services in the capital city Trenton Health Team launched a 2011 strategic initiative to improve the health of the Trenton’s population.

Ask the Doc from RWJ: Healthy mouth, healthy body

When you brush and floss your teeth and visit your dentist regularly, you’re not just maintaining your oral health. You’re also safeguarding your overall health

New Jersey, Mercer County issue Covid-19 updates for March 24

County cases rise 16%, state cases rise 29%, with the death total increasing from 27 to 44

Longtime specialists join growing team of physicians at Capital Health

Capital Health Medical Group’s network of highly trained specialists continues to grow with the addition of two providers who have significant experience serving patients in the greater Mercer, Bucks and Burlington county region.

Personal protective equipment donations needed

The Mercer County Office of Emergency Management is asking the community for donations of badly needed personal protective equipment for first responders and health-care workers.

How Capital Health is helping chronic wounds heal faster

For almost 30 years, residents in Mercer County have relied on Capital Health’s certified wound care team to provide comprehensive health care for patients with chronic wounds.

United Moms donate 14K masks, cash to RWJ University Hospital Hamilton

The hospital says the contributions will be used to support the hospital’s ongoing priority mission of patient and staff safety

Mercer County opens drive-up Covid-19 testing site at Quaker Bridge Mall

Starting Tuesday, March 31, testing will be available weekdays from 8 to 4 for people with symptoms of Covid-19 — by prescription only

Capital Health first in state to offer EMBOTRAP II stent retriever for stroke patients

Capital Health is the first hospital in New Jersey to use the new EMBOTRAP II Revascularization Device since its recent approval from the US Food and Drug Administration in July.